by Jason Lamb
SPRINGFIELD, Tenn. – As Springfield Police look for more information about a cold-case murder from three-years-ago, friends of the man gunned down have pleaded to find any information that could bring more people involved in the crime to justice.
Twenty-year-old Christopher Nash was shot and killed outside a home along Main Street in Springfield back in 2011.
The new push for information was a result of Springfield Police naming a suspect in the shooting case earlier this week: Carricus Bell-Harris. But Bell-Harris has been dead for more than a year now, and police said they think there were others who were in on the crime, too.
Christopher's friends had a message for those who may have taken part in the murder.
“People know who you are, and they're going to find you, you know what you did, and you're going to answer for what you did,” said Nick Islas, a friend of Christopher Nash.
The state has offered a $10,000 reward in information about who was involved in Christopher's death, and a $1,000 reward is being offered by CrimeStoppers in Springfield.
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